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Absolute Beginners: Unit 4

In this lesson by Frances Marnie, students cover language including: banana, apple, biscuit, sandwich, countries, What’s his / her name? Where does he / she come from? Printable resources include comprehensive step-by-step teacher’s notes, a student worksheet and flashcards.

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  • Oops sorry, disregard the part of my question where I ask if there are lessons after Unit 7... I see now that if I click on 'ESOL' it brings up more.

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  • Hello! I am so happy to have this resource!! I have adapted part of the lessons so they make sense in Canada, but so far I have found this to be a great set of lessons. Is there any place to move on to after Unit 7 of the Absolute Beginner lessons?
    And in Unit 4, it says to print out number sheet (1 – 20 with written form in upper case & lower case) but I don't see that anywhere... am I just missing something?

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  • Hello,

    Thank you for your comment, we are really pleased that you are happy with these lessons and are able to use them in Canada! That is great!
    Regarding the number sheet, unfortunately this is one that the teacher will need to make themselves. Simply write (or type) these out onto a piece of paper. We are sorry this was unclear.

    Best wishes and happy teaching!

    The onestopenglish team

  • Hello jdodia,

    Thank you so much for your wonderful feedback. We are very pleased that these resources are working so well for you!

    Best wishes and happy teaching :)

    The onestopenglish team

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  • these resources are fantastic, I have just qualified as a TEFL teacher and I am using these materials to teach english to refugees with little to no english and this approach to absolute beginners is working really well! Thank you!

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  • Hi Annie,

    Thank you for the lovely feedback and good to hear how you're using the materials. How do you adapt the ideas? We'd love to know.

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  • I find the content of these lessons so useful. I don't follow the plan but adapt the ideas and some of the resources which are most appropriate - I'm only working with two students so it's easy to do this. Thank you for this resource

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